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Leopaque enables opacity of the menu bar in Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard)

What's New

Version 2.1:
  • Revised: User Interface
  • Added: Option to restart later
  • Added: ReadMe file available in the Help menu

Requirements

Mac OS X 10.5 or later

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Dr Mudd Member IconComment+2
Dr Mudd
+2

Very useful! Leopard look much better without the messy, transparant menu bar

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Version 2.1
santab Member IconComment+2
santab
+1

I don't know if this is related to Leopaque but sometimes but Spotlight bar is now underneath the menubar. You still see the lower end of it and if you open/close a couple of times it eventuallyreturns to the foreground. I don't really care but I got me a little confused when I saw it the first time happen.

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Version 2.1
Bozo Clown Member IconReview+10
Bozo Clown
+2

Nice mini app which does what it says. Developer is very responsive to feedback. No more stars in my menubars! Yay!

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Version 2.1
tdominey Member IconReview+2
tdominey
+2

Thank God! The "textured" look should be the default menu bar style in 10.5, IMO. Looks so much better.

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Version 2.0.1
santab Member IconComment+2
santab
+1

thanks, that 2.0 looks like what I was hoping for. I was still with an earlier version so I might have missed that feature.
Greetings from the macnemo forum :-)

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Version 2.0b
Macparc (Developer)
+2

Gruss zurück - das mit dem Slider kann man evtl. noch optimieren, aber erst kommt noch eine zweite Beta, die einen kleinen Fehler ausmerzt.

Gruss aus Luzern ;-)

chrisB

La Sepia Member IconReview+13
La Sepia
+2

Works fine.

Is it possible to get another color like green or blue?

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Version 2.0b
Macparc (Developer)
+1

We've not (yet) seen a possibility to do so by just manipulating an original system file.

mac adam Member IconComment+154
mac adam
+1

I have PPC and I want translucid Bar, how I do ?

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Version 2.0b
aetnaria
+0

You purchase and install the OS upgrade, Leopard. It's an OS thing, not an Intel thing.

mac adam
+0

I 've did, but have opaque MenuBar 9A581 ago…
I've old GeForce, and Tranlucid bar in previous Beta worked nice, and i cannot re-activate it … ?

Fromage-Head Member IconComment+55
Fromage-Head
+0

hm I just wonder what textured really means.
Grey ?

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Version 1.2.1
Doc-Renaud
+1

Grey like the top of windows, with exactly the same gradient. Beautiful !

Macparc (Developer)
+1

RTFM SCNR ;-)

santab Member IconComment+2
santab
+0

@ChrisB: Is this the macosxhints plist thing? A wrapper? If yes, you should enable 1 and 0 which supposedly offers the Tiger menu bar.

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Version 1.2.1
Macparc (Developer)
+1

Both options are available in Leopaque.

0 = Opacity Textured
1 = Opacity White

Macparc (Developer)
+1

By the way:

The Tiger menu bar is about 0.62 ;-)

We may implement this (a slider) in v2.0.

Gannet
+1

Eh? The Tiger menu bar is quite different, with a glossy finish rather than a grey gradient.

Doc-Renaud Member IconReview+135
Doc-Renaud
+1

A big thank you !

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Version 1.2
user icon+65
chrisB
Version 2.1
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Details

Downloads 11,584
Version Downloads 6,966
Type Utilities / System
License Free
Date 01 Dec 2007
Platform OS X / PPC 32 / Intel 32
Price Free
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